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Delicious Vegan Sweets That You Must Try

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This is a collaborative post. I hate to admit it but I’ve got a sweet tooth. Every now and then, I find myself craving something sugary and most of the time I don’t have sweet things in the cupboards – something I do to make sure I don’t give in to the sugary cravings. However, when I discover new vegan …

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Vegan Roasted Pepper and Tomato Soup

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Since we started to sell fresh tomatoes from the Isle of Wight at Refillogic, we like every other shop or green grocers end up with a few unsold bits. (Which brings my focus on food waste even more than before.) This is how happened that I took home some pointed sweet peppers, yellow plum tomatoes, a big herloom tomato and  …

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Sustainable And Ethical Christmas Gifts For Grown Ups 2021

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Looks like we can celebrate together with our loved ones this year and even have a Christmas party! After 2020 this is definitely going to be a better Christmas. I’ve got fantastic items coming from indie brands and small businesses, and most of them are also either eco-friendly or ethically produced – or both! Shopping local and with online small …

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A New, Transparent and Sustainable Way to Source Your Food: CrowdFarming

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This is a sponsored post. Have you heard about CrowdFarming? CrowdFarming® is a new, transparent and sustainable way to source your food: adopt a tree, an animal or part of a garden, receive fresh food cultivated just for you straight from the farmers and help fight food waste.  It is an agri-social revolution waged by young producers in the orange …

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Vegan Cauliflower Tikka Masala Recipe

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Sponsored post. Who’s excited for National Curry Week? Me, definitely. Curry is now just as much of part of the “British” cuisine as fish & chips. This is no joke intended, as much as I like some of the traditional dishes of my chosen country (mostly the meat free version of them of course) we can’t deny the fact that …

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Wholewheat Couscous With Roasted Butternut Squash And Kale Salad (Vegan)

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I’ve been looking into autumnal, seasonal and warming food to eat and pack for lunch when working in my zero waste shop. I also had some leafy veg I needed to use: beautiful, dark green kale that I received last Friday with my Riverford box. Packed lunches are not only much better for you to eat, because you know what …

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Healthy Gut, Healthy Me – With a Little Help From BC30 Cultures

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This is a sponsored post for BC30™ through Kitchen PLAY. What’s your favourite nutritious breakfast? Porridge is one of my favourite go to breakfasts, and luckily the children love it too. Takes only a few minutes to prepare it, and I use oat milk to make it as dairy milk is not a thing in our house partially for allergies …

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5 Eco-Friendly Habits all Coffee Lovers Should Adopt

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This is a collaborative post. Coffee is an important part of many people’s routine. It gives you the motivation to get going in the morning and sets you up for the day. If you’re concerned about how your coffee habits might be affecting the environment, there are a few things to do to ensure you can enjoy a caffeinated beverage …

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Couscous with Roasted Broccoli and Lemon Tahini

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It’s National Vegetarian Week, so let’s celebrate with a delicious, simple and light recipe, perfect for the warmer weather. This is a light recipe, but it’s very fulfilling with the broccoli and the flavours. If you’re taking the challenge (I’m so very happy to support you!) maybe this recipe will be useful for you – enjoy! It literally has all …

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Non-Sweet Foods That Go Best With Coffee

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This is a collaborative post. Coffee is a fuel, which keeps a considerable number of people going. If you cannot imagine your day without this refreshing drink, you are in the right place. There is hardly any coffee enthusiast who is not looking for the best coffee beans for cappuccino, new brewing devices, and foods that go well with the …